Bed 4 | BATH 3 | CAR 5
A rare and unique blend of unsurpassed craftsmanship, coupled with a usable 111 acres (approximately 44 hectares), 421 Twist Creek Road delivers a premium lifestyle choice.
The property is less than five kilometers to the centre of Yackandandah, and approximately 37 kilometers to the Albury City centre.
The distinctive mudbrick residence offers practical livability and vast entertaining potential. Bold high-raked ceilings finished with exposed timber, large cathedral windows and seamless indoor-outdoor flow mix naturally with the surrounding environment.
There are two living areas, a well-proportioned kitchen with redgum benches, and four generous bedrooms. The formal lounge offers a large stone fireplace, whilst the north-facing family area adjoins the kitchen. Upstairs sits the master retreat, comprising an ensuite and oversized walk-in robe.
A large office serves those who work remotely or could easily operate as a games room or library. It is comfortable year round thanks to tremendous insulation due to the mudbrick construction and double-glazed windows. A combustion fire, open fire, ceiling fans and reverse cycle heating and cooling provide additional comfort.
Outside delivers two entertaining areas overlooking the gorgeous established gardens and natural serenity. A perfect blend of both native and deciduous trees creates a changing landscape of colour year-round. A bio septic system cleverly waters the garden and surrounds.
Ample shedding provides excellent car storage for five vehicles plus space for machinery and garden equipment. An additional utility room with reverse-cycle air conditioning could serve as an additional home office or storeroom. A 3.7KW solar panel system to the house adds extra benefit.
Fenced into nine main paddocks, the property comfortably services 15 cows and calves. A balance of fertile cleared country and light bush, the land is also serviced by an abundance of water including two dams fed by the Bullocky Gully Creek, two additional spring fed dams and a well.
At the lower part of the property sits a wetland area (where the spring fed dams are located), perfect for those looking to create a private oasis garden. The house is also serviced by a 110,000-litre water tank which is filtered, and UV treated. Another two 22,500-litre tanks feed the garden and troughs. Bordered by the state forest to the south and west, discreet privacy is ensured.
The combination of a remarkable residence coupled with usable land is highly sought after and seldom found.
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